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JP6274299B2 JP2016245080A JP2016245080A JP6274299B2 JP 6274299 B2 JP6274299 B2 JP 6274299B2 JP 2016245080 A JP2016245080 A JP 2016245080A JP 2016245080 A JP2016245080 A JP 2016245080A JP 6274299 B2 JP6274299 B2 JP 6274299B2
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Description

  The present invention relates to a video decoding apparatus using pixel bit length increase and non-compression encoding.

  There is an ISO / IEC 14496-10 Advanced Video Coding (AVC) standard encoding method described in Non-Patent Document 2 as a video encoding method for the purpose of transmitting and storing video information with high efficiency. Further, in Non-Patent Document 1, the accuracy of calculation for intra-frame prediction (intra prediction) and motion compensation prediction (inter-frame prediction) is increased by extending (increasing) the pixel bit length of an input image during video encoding. Thus, it has been proposed to improve the compression efficiency of video coding.

  Further, in Patent Document 1, by switching between entropy encoding and non-compression encoding (PCM encoding) in a predetermined encoding unit, a certain processing time in the video encoding device or the video decoding device is guaranteed. It has been proposed.

JP 2004-135251 A

Kyoko Noda and Ken Nakatsuji, "A method for improving video coding efficiency by extending the pixel bit length", Information Science and Technology Forum 2006 J-009, 2006 ISO / IEC 14496-10 Advanced Video Coding

  FIG. 16 is a block diagram showing a video encoding device obtained by simply combining the technique described in Non-Patent Document 1 and the technique described in Patent Document 1. Hereinafter, the video encoding device shown in FIG. 16 is referred to as a general video encoding device.

  With reference to FIG. 16, the configuration and operation of a general video encoding apparatus that outputs a bit stream by inputting each frame of a digitized video will be described.

  16 includes a pixel bit length increaser 101, a transform / quantizer 102, an entropy encoder 103, an inverse transform / inverse quantizer 104, a buffer 105, a predictor 106, and a PCM encoder. 107, a PCM decoder 108, a multiplexed data selector 109, a multiplexer 110, a switch 121, and a switch 122.

  The video encoding apparatus shown in FIG. 16 divides a frame into blocks of 16 × 16 pixel size called MB (Macro Block), and encodes each MB in order from the upper left of the frame. In AVC described in Non-Patent Document 2, the MB is further divided into blocks of 4 × 4 pixel size, and each 4 × 4 block is encoded.

  FIG. 17 is an explanatory diagram showing an example of block division when the spatial resolution of a frame is QCIF (Quarter Common Intermediate Format). Hereinafter, for simplification of description, the operation of each component will be described by focusing on only the luminance pixel value.

  The pixel bit length increaser 101 increases the pixel bit length of the input video divided into blocks based on pixel bit length increase information set from the outside. If the pixel bit length of the input video is bit_depth_luma and the pixel bit length increase information (increasing pixel bit length) is incremented_bit_depth_luma, the pixel bit length increaser 101 shifts each pixel value of the input video left by incremented_bit_depth_luma bits. Therefore, the pixel bit length of the output data of the pixel bit length increaser 101 is bit_depth_luma + increased_bit_depth_luma bits.

  The pixel bit length increased image output from the pixel bit length increaser 101 is input to the transformer / quantizer 102 after the prediction signal supplied from the predictor 106 is subtracted. There are two types of prediction signals: intra prediction signals and inter-frame prediction signals. Each prediction signal will be described.

  The intra prediction signal is a prediction signal generated based on an image of a reconstructed picture having the same display time as the current picture stored in the buffer 105. By quoting 8.3.1 Intra — 4 × 4 prediction process for luma sample, 8.3.2 Intra — 8 × 8 prediction process for luma samples, and 8.3.3 Intra — 16 × 16 prediction process for luma samples of Non-Patent Document 2, There are three types of intra prediction modes of block sizes Intra_4 × 4, Intra_8 × 8, and Intra_16 × 16.

  18A and 18C, it can be seen that Intra_4 × 4 and Intra_8 × 8 are intra predictions of 4 × 4 block size and 8 × 8 block size, respectively. However, circles (◯) in the figure indicate reference pixels used for intra prediction, that is, pixels of a reconstructed picture having the same display time as the current picture.

  In Intra_4 × 4 intra prediction, the reconstructed peripheral pixel is used as a reference pixel as it is, and the prediction pixel is padded (extrapolated) in nine types of directions shown in FIG. 18B. In Intra_8 × 8 intra prediction, pixels obtained by smoothing the peripheral pixels of the reconstructed picture using the low-pass filters (1/2, 1/4, 1/2) described below the right arrow in FIG. Is used as a reference pixel, and a prediction signal is formed by extrapolating the reference pixel in nine types of directions shown in FIG.

  Referring to FIG. 19A, it can be seen that Intra — 16 × 16 is an intra prediction with a 16 × 16 block size. Similarly to the example shown in FIG. 18, in FIG. 19, the circle (◯) in the figure is a reference pixel used for intra prediction, that is, a pixel of a reconstructed picture having the same display time as the current picture. . In Intra_16 × 16 intra prediction, the surrounding pixels of the reconstructed image are directly used as reference pixels, and the prediction pixels are extrapolated in four types of directions shown in FIG. 19B.

  Hereinafter, an MB encoded using an intra prediction signal is referred to as an intra MB. The block size of intra prediction is called an intra prediction mode. Further, the extrapolation direction is referred to as an intra prediction direction.

  The inter-frame prediction signal is a prediction signal generated from an image of a reconstructed picture having a display time different from that of the current picture stored in the buffer 105. Hereinafter, an MB encoded using an inter-frame prediction signal is referred to as an inter MB. For example, 16 × 16, 16 × 8, 8 × 16, 8 × 8, 8 × 4, 4 × 8, or 4 × 4 can be selected as the inter MB block size.

FIG. 20 is an explanatory diagram illustrating an example of inter-frame prediction using a 16 × 16 block size as an example. A motion vector MV = (mv x , mv y ) illustrated in FIG. 20 is one of prediction parameters for inter-frame prediction indicating the amount of translation of the inter-frame prediction block (inter-frame prediction signal) of the reference picture with respect to the encoding target block. One. In AVC, in order to identify the reference picture used for the inter-frame prediction of the encoding target block in addition to the inter-frame prediction direction indicating the direction of the reference picture of the inter-frame prediction signal with respect to the encoding target picture of the encoding target block. The reference picture index is also a prediction parameter for inter-frame prediction. This is because in AVC, a plurality of reference pictures stored in the buffer 105 can be used for inter-frame prediction.

  A more detailed explanation of inter-frame prediction is described in 8.4 Inter prediction process of Non-Patent Document 2.

  Hereinafter, an MB encoded using an inter-frame prediction signal is referred to as an inter MB. The block size for inter-frame prediction is called inter prediction mode. Also, the direction of inter-frame prediction is referred to as an inter prediction direction.

  Note that a picture encoded only with an intra MB is called an I picture. A picture coded including not only an intra MB but also an inter MB is called a P picture. A picture that is encoded including inter MBs that use not only one reference picture but also two reference pictures at the same time for inter-frame prediction is called a B picture. Further, in the B picture, the reference picture direction of the inter-frame prediction signal with respect to the encoding target picture of the encoding target block is the forward prediction with respect to the past inter-frame prediction, and the inter-frame prediction signal with respect to the encoding target picture of the encoding target block Inter-frame prediction in which the direction of the reference picture is the future is referred to as backward prediction, and inter-frame prediction including the past and future is referred to as bidirectional prediction.

  The transformer / quantizer 102 converts the frequency of the pixel bit length increased image (prediction error image) from which the prediction signal is reduced.

Further, the transform / quantizer 102 quantizes the prediction error image (frequency transform coefficient) subjected to frequency transform with the quantization step width Qs corresponding to the pixel bit length increased_bit_depth_luma increased by the pixel bit length increaser 101. If the normal quantization step width is Qs luma , for example, Qs = Qs luma * 2 increased_bit_depth_luma . Hereinafter, the quantized frequency transform coefficient is referred to as a transform quantization value.

  The entropy encoder 103 entropy encodes the prediction parameter and the transform quantization value. The prediction parameter is information related to MB prediction, such as the above-described intra MB / inter MB, intra prediction mode, intra prediction direction, inter MB block size, and motion vector.

  The inverse transform / inverse quantizer 104 dequantizes the transform quantization value with a quantization step width corresponding to the pixel bit length increased_bit_depth_luma increased by the pixel bit length increaser 101. Further, the inverse transform / inverse quantizer 104 performs inverse frequency transform on the frequency transform coefficient obtained by inverse quantization. The reconstructed prediction error image subjected to the inverse frequency conversion is supplied with a prediction signal and supplied to the switch 122.

  The multiplexed data selector 109 monitors the input data amount of a predetermined coding unit (for example, macroblock) to the entropy encoder 103. When the entropy encoder 103 can entropy encode the input data within the processing time corresponding to a predetermined encoding unit, the multiplexed data selector 109 selects the output data of the entropy encoder 103. Thus, the switch 121 is controlled. As a result, the output data of the entropy encoder 103 is supplied to the multiplexer 110 via the switch 121. Further, the multiplexed data selector 109 controls the switch 122 so as to select the output data of the inverse transformer / quantizer 104. As a result, the output data of the inverse transformer / quantizer 104 is supplied to the buffer 105 via the switch 122.

  When entropy encoding is not possible within the processing time, the multiplexed data selector 109 selects the switch 121 so as to select the output data of the PCM encoder 107 obtained by PCM encoding the output data of the pixel bit length increaser 101. To control. As a result, the output data of the PCM encoder 107 is supplied to the multiplexer 110 via the switch 121. Further, the multiplexed data selector 109 controls the switch 122 so as to select the output data of the PCM decoder 108 obtained by PCM decoding the output data of the PCM encoder 107. As a result, the output data of the PCM decoder 108 is supplied to the buffer 105 via the switch 122.

  The buffer 105 stores the reconstructed image supplied via the switch 122. A reconstructed image for one frame is called a reconstructed picture.

  The multiplexer 110 multiplexes the pixel bit length increase information, the output data of the entropy encoder 103 and the output data of the PCM encoder 107 and outputs the result.

  Based on the above-described operation, a general video encoding device generates a bit stream.

  When using the general techniques described above, the calculation accuracy of intra prediction and inter-frame prediction is improved by extending the pixel bit length, and a certain processing time is ensured for the video encoding device and the video decoding device. And both.

  However, in the general technique described above, an image with an increased pixel bit length is PCM encoded. Then, although PSNR (Peak Signal to Noise Ratio) improvement cannot be obtained, there is a problem that the output data of PCM coding increases by the increase of the pixel bit length. For example, when bit_depth_luma is 8 bits and increased_bit_depth_luma is 8 bits, the output data amount of PCM encoding is 16 bits, which is twice the 8-bit input image.

  Accordingly, an object of the present invention is to suppress an increase in output data of uncompressed encoding in video encoding based on an increase in pixel bit length and uncompressed encoding.

  The video decoding apparatus according to the present invention is a multiplex that demultiplexes a bitstream including at least information indicating the pixel bit length of an entropy-encoded image and information indicating the pixel bit length of an uncompressed-encoded image. De-encoding means, entropy decoding means for entropy decoding the conversion data of the image included in the bitstream, inverse conversion means for inversely converting the conversion data of the entropy-decoded image, and uncompressed encoding of the image included in the bitstream A non-compression decoding unit that performs non-compression decoding of the data, and a decoding control unit that controls whether the data is entropy-decoded or non-compressed according to the type of data included in the bitstream. The type of data included in the bitstream is data obtained by uncompressing the data. And the uncompressed decoding means is controlled so that the data included in the bitstream is uncompressed and decoded, and the entropy decoding means is initialized. The pixel bit length of the image corresponding to the input data of the non-compression decoding means is increased based on the difference between the pixel bit length of the image and the pixel bit length of the non-compressed image.

  The video decoding method according to the present invention demultiplexes a bitstream including at least information indicating a pixel bit length of an entropy-encoded image and information indicating a pixel bit length of an uncompressed encoded image, Data included in the bitstream is obtained by entropy decoding the image conversion data included in the bitstream, inversely converting the conversion data of the entropy-decoded image, and non-compressing decoding the uncompressed encoded data of the image included in the bitstream Is a video decoding method for controlling whether the data is entropy-decoded or uncompressed according to the type of the data, and the type of data included in the bitstream is data in which the data is uncompressed and encoded If the type indicates that the data included in the bitstream is uncompressed When the decoding process is controlled, the entropy decoding process is initialized, and the uncompressed encoded data is decoded, the pixel bit length of the entropy encoded image and the pixel bit length of the uncompressed encoded image Based on the difference, the pixel bit length of an image corresponding to uncompressed decoding input data is increased.

  According to the present invention, it is possible to suppress an increase in output data of uncompressed encoding in video encoding based on an increase in pixel bit length and uncompressed encoding.

It is a block diagram of the video coding apparatus of 1st Embodiment. It is explanatory drawing which shows the pixel bit length increase information in a sequence parameter. It is a flowchart which shows the process of the video coding apparatus of 1st Embodiment. It is a block diagram of the video decoding apparatus of 2nd Embodiment. It is a flowchart which shows the process of the video decoding apparatus of 2nd Embodiment. It is a block diagram of the video coding apparatus of other embodiment. It is explanatory drawing which shows the other example of the pixel bit length increase information in a sequence parameter. It is explanatory drawing which shows the further another example of the pixel bit length increase information in a sequence parameter. It is explanatory drawing which shows another example of the pixel bit length increase information in a sequence parameter. It is a block diagram which shows the structural example of the information processing system which can implement | achieve the function of the video coding apparatus and video decoding apparatus by this invention. It is a block diagram which shows the principal part of the video coding apparatus by this invention. It is a block diagram which shows the principal part of the other video coding apparatus by this invention. It is a block diagram which shows the principal part of the further another video coding apparatus by this invention. It is a block diagram which shows the principal part of the video decoding apparatus by this invention. It is a block diagram which shows the principal part of the other video decoding apparatus by this invention. It is a block diagram which shows a general video coding apparatus. It is explanatory drawing which shows the example of a block division. It is explanatory drawing for demonstrating the kind of prediction. It is explanatory drawing for demonstrating the kind of prediction. It is explanatory drawing which shows the example of the inter-frame prediction which made the block size of 16x16 an example.

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The video encoding apparatus of the present embodiment is a means for differentiating pixel bit lengths of images corresponding to output data of entropy encoding and output data of PCM encoding, and PCM decoding based on pixel bit length increase information. Means for increasing the pixel bit length of the decoded image, and means for multiplexing the pixel bit length increase information into the bit stream.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the video encoding apparatus according to the present embodiment includes a pixel bit length increaser 101, a transform / quantizer 102, an entropy included in the general video encoding apparatus shown in FIG. Encoder 103, inverse transform / inverse quantizer 104, buffer 105, predictor 106, PCM encoder 107, PCM decoder 108, multiplexed data selector 109, multiplexer 110, switch 121, and switch 122 In addition, a pixel bit length increaser 111 for increasing the pixel bit length of the decoded image of the PCM decoder 108 based on the pixel bit length increase information is provided.

  Also, comparing FIG. 1 with FIG. 16, the video encoding apparatus according to the present embodiment is different in that the pixel bit lengths of the images corresponding to the entropy-encoded output data and the PCM-encoded output data are different from each other. In addition, it can be seen that the input image before the pixel bit length is increased is supplied to the PCM encoder 107. Note that the image corresponding to the output data of the entropy encoding is an image of an input video with an increased pixel bit length supplied to the transform / quantizer 102 and an image supplied from the inverse transform / inverse quantizer 104. This is a reconstructed image of the input video image with the pixel bit length increased. The image corresponding to the output data of the PCM encoding is an image of the input video that has not been increased in pixel bit length supplied to the PCM encoder 107, and the pixel bit supplied from the PCM decoder 108. It is a PCM decoded image of an input video that has not been increased in length.

  The pixel bit length increaser 101 increases the pixel bit length of the input video divided into blocks based on pixel bit length increase information set from the outside.

  If the pixel bit length of the luminance of the input video is bit_depth_luma and the increase information of the pixel bit length of the luminance (increased pixel bit length) is incremented_bit_depth_luma, the pixel bit length increaser 101 increments each pixel value of the luminance of the input video to the left. Bit shift. Therefore, the pixel bit length of the output data of the pixel bit length increaser 101 is bit_depth_luma + increased_bit_depth_luma bits. Similarly, regarding the color difference (Cb and Cr components), if the pixel bit length of the color difference of the input video is bit_depth_chroma and the pixel bit length increase information of the color difference is incremented_bit_depth_chroma, the pixel bit length increaser 101 Each pixel value is shifted incremented_bit_depth_luma bits to the left.

  The pixel bit length increased image output from the pixel bit length increaser 101 is input to the transformer / quantizer 102 after the prediction signal supplied from the predictor 106 is subtracted. The transformer / quantizer 102 converts the frequency of the pixel bit length increased image (prediction error image) from which the prediction signal is reduced.

Further, the transform / quantizer 102 quantizes the prediction error image (frequency transform coefficient) subjected to frequency transform with the quantization step width Qs corresponding to the pixel bit length increased_bit_depth_luma and increased_bit_depth_chroma increased by the pixel bit length increaser 101. To do. If the normal luminance quantization step width is Qs luma , for example, Qs = Qs luma * 2 increased_bit_depth_luma . Hereinafter, the quantized frequency transform coefficient is referred to as a transform quantization value.

  The entropy encoder 103 entropy-encodes the prediction parameter supplied from the predictor 106 and the transform quantization value supplied from the transform / quantizer 102. The prediction parameter is information related to macroblock prediction, such as intra MB / inter MB, intra prediction mode, intra prediction direction, inter MB block size, and motion vector.

  The inverse transform / inverse quantizer 104 dequantizes the transform quantized value with a quantization step width corresponding to the pixel bit length increased_bit_depth_luma and increased_bit_depth_chroma increased by the pixel bit length increaser 101. Further, the inverse transform / inverse quantizer 104 performs inverse frequency transform on the frequency transform coefficient obtained by inverse quantization. The reconstructed prediction error image subjected to the inverse frequency conversion is supplied with a prediction signal and supplied to the switch 122.

  The PCM encoder 107 PCM-encodes the input image before increasing the pixel bit length. The luminance output data pcm_sample_luma [i] of the PCM encoder 107 is the pixel bit length bit_depth_luma of the luminance of the input video. However, i (0 ≦ i ≦ 255) is an index in the raster scan order in the macroblock. Similarly, the color difference output data pcm_sample_chroma [i] (i: 0 ≦ i ≦ 127) of the PCM encoder 107 is the pixel bit length bit_depth_chroma of the color difference of the input video.

  The PCM decoder 108 performs PCM decoding on pcm_sample_luma [i] and pcm_sample_croma [i]. Hereinafter, PCM decoding may be referred to as PCM data reading.

  The pixel bit length increaser 111 shifts pcm_sample_luma [i] read from the PCM data by incremented_bit_depth_luma bits to the left. Therefore, the reconstructed image obtained via the PCM decoder 108 is supplied to the switch 122 as bit_depth_luma + increased_bit_depth_luma bits. Similarly, PCM data read pcm_sample_chroma [i] is shifted to the left by incremented_bit_depth_chroma bits and supplied to the switch 122.

  The multiplexed data selector 109 monitors the input data amount of a predetermined coding unit (for example, macroblock) to the entropy encoder 103. When the entropy encoder 103 can entropy encode the input data within the processing time corresponding to a predetermined encoding unit, the multiplexed data selector 109 selects the output data of the entropy encoder 103. Thus, the switch 121 is controlled. As a result, the output data of the entropy encoder 103 is supplied to the multiplexer 110 via the switch 121. Further, the multiplexed data selector 109 controls the switch 122 so as to select the output data of the inverse transformer / quantizer 104. As a result, the output data of the inverse transformer / quantizer 104 is supplied to the buffer 105 via the switch 122.

  If entropy encoding is not possible within the processing time, the multiplexed data selector 109 first causes the entropy encoder 103 to output the information indicating that the macroblock is an intra MB of PCM. Specifically, according to 7.3.5 Macroblock layer syntax of Non-Patent Document 2, entropy encoding is output with mb_type as I_PCM.

  Subsequently, the output bits of the entropy encoder 103 are byte aligned. Specifically, according to 7.3.5 Macroblock layer syntax of Non-Patent Document 2, the entropy encoder 103 supplies a predetermined amount of pcm_alignment_zero_bit to the multiplexer 110. In addition, the entropy encoder 103 initializes the encoding engine for subsequent encoding.

  An example of encoding engine initialization is described in 9.3.4.1 Initialization process for the arithmetic encoding engine (informative) of Non-Patent Document 2.

  Further, the multiplexed data selector 109 controls the switch 121 so that the output data of the PCM encoder 107 is selected. As a result, the output data of the PCM encoder 107 is supplied to the multiplexer 110 via the switch 121.

  Finally, the multiplexed data selector 109 controls the switch 122 so as to select the output data of the pixel bit length increaser 111. As a result, the output data of the pixel bit length increaser 111 is supplied to the buffer 105 via the switch 122. The pixel bit length increaser 111 shifts the output data pcm_sample_luma [i] of the PCM decoder 108 that has read the output data pcm_sample_luma [i] of the PCM encoder 107 to the left by increasing_bit_depth_luma bits to increase the number of bits. . Similarly, the pixel bit length increaser 111 shifts the output data pcm_sample_chroma [i] of the PCM decoder 108 that has read the output data pcm_sample_chroma [i] of the PCM encoder 107 to the left by incremented_bit_depth_chroma bits to increase the number of bits. ing.

  The multiplexer 110 multiplexes the pixel bit length increase information, the output data of the entropy encoder 103 and the output data of the PCM encoder 107 and outputs the result. According to the Specification of syntax functions, categories, and descriptors of Non-Patent Document 2, as described in the list shown in FIG. 2, pixel bit length increase information (increased_bit_depth_luma and incremented_bit_depth_chroma) follows the sequence parameters bit_depth_luma_minus8 and bit_depth_chroma_minus8. ) May be multiplexed. However, bit_depth_luma_minus8 is a value obtained by subtracting 8 from the pixel bit length of the luminance of the input video bit_depth_luma, bit_depth_chroma_minus8 is a value obtained by subtracting 8 from the pixel bit length of the color difference of the input video bit_depth_chroma, incremented_bit_depth_luma is an increased pixel bit length of brightness, and increment_chroma_depth_bit_depth Is the increased pixel bit length of the color difference.

  Note that the notation (“C” and “Descriptor”) in the list shown in FIG. 2 conforms to 7.2 Specification of syntax functions, categories, and descriptors of Non-Patent Document 2, for example.

  Based on the above-described operation, the video encoding apparatus according to the present embodiment generates a bit stream.

  Next, operations of the entropy encoder 103, the PCM encoder 107, the PCM decoder 108, and the pixel bit length increaser 111 when entropy encoding is not possible within the processing time, which is a feature of the present invention, are illustrated. This will be described with reference to the flowchart of FIG.

  As shown in FIG. 3, in step S101, the entropy encoder 103 entropy-encodes the mb_type as I_PCM to the multiplexer 110 so as to guarantee a certain processing time in the video encoding device and the video decoding device. Supply.

  In step S102, the entropy encoder 103 supplies pcm_alignment_zero_bit to the multiplexer 110 in order to byte-align the output bits.

  In step S103, the entropy encoder 103 initializes the encoding engine for subsequent entropy encoding.

  In step S <b> 104, the PCM encoder 107 PCM-encodes the input image before increasing the pixel bit length and supplies it to the multiplexer 110 so as not to increase the output data of PCM encoding.

  In step S105, the PCM decoder 108 performs PCM decoding (PCM data reading) on the PCM encoding results pcm_sample_luma [i] and pcm_sample_chroma [i].

  In step S106, in order to improve the calculation accuracy of the subsequent intra prediction and inter-frame prediction, the pixel bit length increaser 111 sets pcm_sample_luma [i] and pcm_sample_chroma [i] read by the PCM decoder 108 to the left, respectively. Bit-shift with increased_bit_depth_luma and increased_bit_depth_chroma.

  As described above, when entropy coding cannot be performed within the processing time corresponding to a predetermined coding unit, the operations of the entropy encoder 103 and the PCM encoder 107 are executed.

  In the video encoding device of the present embodiment, the input image before the pixel bit length is increased in order to make the pixel bit lengths of the images corresponding to the output data of entropy encoding and the output data of PCM encoding differ from each other. Is supplied to the PCM encoder 107. Based on such a configuration, an increase in output data of PCM encoding can be suppressed in video encoding based on an increase in pixel bit length and non-compression encoding.

  The video encoding apparatus according to the present embodiment further includes a pixel bit length increaser 111 that increases the pixel bit length of the decoded image of PCM decoding based on the pixel bit length increase information. By the pixel bit length increaser 111, it is possible to suppress a decrease in the calculation accuracy of intra prediction and interframe prediction caused by changing the pixel bit length.

  Further, in the video encoding device of the present embodiment, the multiplexer 110 multiplexes the pixel bit length increase information into the bit stream in order to increase the pixel bit length of the decoded image of PCM decoding in the video decoding as well. . Based on such a configuration, the interoperability between the video encoding device and the video decoding device can be improved. That is, the video encoding device and the video decoding device can work together to suppress an increase in PCM encoding in the system, and it is possible to suppress a decrease in calculation accuracy of intra prediction and interframe prediction.

Embodiment 2. FIG.
In the video decoding apparatus according to the present embodiment, bit streams having different pixel bit lengths of images corresponding to input data of the entropy decoding unit and the PCM decoding unit are decoded. The image corresponding to the input data of the entropy decoding means is a reconstructed image of an input video image with an increased pixel bit length supplied from an inverse transform / inverse quantizer 206 described later. The image corresponding to the input data of the PCM decoding means is a PCM decoded image of an input video that has not been increased in pixel bit length and is supplied from a PCM decoder 203 described later.

  As shown in FIG. 4, the video decoding apparatus according to the present embodiment includes a demultiplexer 201, a decoding controller 202, a PCM decoder 203, an entropy decoder 204, a pixel bit length increaser 205, an inverse transform / inverse quantum. And a predictor 207, a buffer 208, a pixel bit length reducer 209, a switch 221, and a switch 222.

  The demultiplexer 201 demultiplexes the input bitstream, and extracts the pixel bit length increase information and the video bitstream that has been entropy-encoded or PCM-encoded. According to the specification of syntax functions, categories, and descriptors of Non-Patent Document 2, the pixel bit length increase information (increased_bit_depth_luma and increased_bit_depth_chroma) following the sequence parameters bit_depth_luma_minus8 and bit_depth_chroma_minus8 as shown in the list shown in FIG. Extract.

  The entropy decoder 204 entropy decodes the video bitstream. When the mb_type of the macroblock is not I_PCM (PCM coding), the entropy decoder 204 entropy-decodes the prediction parameter and transform quantization value of the macroblock, and performs inverse transform / inverse quantizer 206 and prediction. To the container 207.

  The inverse transform / inverse quantizer 206 dequantizes the transform quantized values of the luminance and chrominance with a quantization step width corresponding to the pixel bit length increase information increased_bit_depth_luma and increased_bit_depth_chroma extracted by demultiplexing. Further, the inverse transform / inverse quantizer 206 performs inverse frequency transform on the frequency transform coefficient obtained by inverse quantization.

  The predictor 207 generates a prediction signal using an image of the reconstructed picture stored in the buffer 208 based on the entropy-decoded prediction parameter.

  The reconstructed prediction error image subjected to inverse frequency conversion by the inverse transformer / inverse quantizer 206 is supplied to the switch 222 after the prediction signal supplied from the predictor 207 is added.

  The decoding controller 202 switches the switch 222 so that the reconstructed prediction error image to which the prediction signal is added is supplied to the buffer 208 as a reconstructed image.

  When the mb_type of the macroblock is PCM encoding, the decoding controller 202 causes the demultiplexer 201 to byte-align the video bitstream in the middle of entropy decoding. According to 7.3.5 Macroblock layer syntax of Non-Patent Document 2, the demultiplexer 201 reads pcm_alignment_zero_bit until the video bitstream is byte aligned.

  Next, the decoding controller 202 initializes the decoding engine of the entropy decoder 204. An example of decoding engine initialization is described in 9.3.1.2 Initialization process for the arithmetic decoding engine of Non-Patent Document 2.

  Subsequently, the decoding controller 202 switches the switch 221 so that the byte-aligned video bitstream is supplied to the PCM decoder 203.

  The PCM decoder 203 performs PCM decoding (PCM data reading) on luminance data pcm_sample_luma [i] and color difference data pcm_sample_chroma [i], which are PCM encoded from the byte-aligned video bitstream.

  The pixel bit length increaser 205 bit-shifts the pcm_sample_luma [i] and pcm_sample_chroma [i] read from the PCM data to the left according to the pixel bit length increase information increased_bit_depth_luma and increased_bit_depth_chroma extracted by the demultiplexing. According to the description of 8.3.5 Sample construction process for I_PCM macroblocks in Non-Patent Document 2, the PCM decoded luminance image S′L and the PCM decoded color difference images S′Cb and S′Cr are expressed by the following equation (8-154 ′) and Calculated by the equation (8-155 ′).

for (i = 0; i <256; i ++)
S'L [xP + (i% 16), yP + dy * (i / 16))] = (pcm_sample_luma [i] << increased_bit_depth_luma) (8-154 ')

for (i = 0; i <MbWidthC * MbHeightC; i ++) {
S'Cb [(xP / SubWidthC) + (i% MbWidthC), ((yP + SubHeightC − 1) / SubHeightC) + dy * (i / MbWidthC)] =
(pcm_sample_chroma [i] << increased_bit_depth_chroma)
S'Cr [(xP / SubWidthC) + (i% MbWidthC), ((yP + SubHeightC − 1) / SubHeightC) + dy * (i / MbWidthC)] =
(pcm_sample_chroma [i + MbWidthC * MbHeightC] << increased_bit_depth_chroma)
} (8-155 ')

  The decoding controller 202 switches the switch 222 so that the PCM decoded image whose pixel bit length is increased is supplied to the buffer 208 as a reconstructed image. For decoding the next macroblock, the decoding controller 202 switches the switch 221 so that the output data of the demultiplexer 201 is supplied to the entropy decoder 204.

  The pixel bit length reducer 209 decreases the pixel bit length of the reconstructed picture stored in the buffer 208 according to the pixel bit length increase information increased_bit_depth_luma and increased_bit_depth_chroma extracted by the demultiplexing and outputs the result.

  Based on the above-described operation, the video decoding apparatus according to the present embodiment generates a decoded image.

  Next, the operations of the decoding controller 202, the entropy decoder 204, the PCM decoder 203, and the pixel bit length incrementer 205 when the mb_type of the macroblock, which is a feature of the invention, is PCM coding, refer to the flowchart of FIG. To explain.

  In step S201, the demultiplexer 201 reads pcm_alignment_zero_bit to byte-align the video bitstream in the middle of entropy decoding.

  In step S202, the entropy decoder 204 initializes the decoding engine for subsequent entropy decoding.

  In step S203, the PCM decoder 203 performs PCM decoding (PCM data reading) on the PCM encoding results pcm_sample_luma [i] and pcm_sample_chroma [i].

  In step S204, in order to improve the calculation accuracy of the subsequent intra prediction and inter-frame prediction, the pixel bit length increaser 205 sets the PCM data read pcm_sample_luma [i] and pcm_sample_chroma [i] to the left by incremented_bit_depth_luma and increased_bit_depth_chroma, respectively. shift.

  As described above, when the mb_type of the macroblock is PCM encoding, the operations of the decoding controller 202, the entropy decoder 204, the PCM decoder 203, and the pixel bit length increaser 205 are executed.

  The video decoding apparatus of this embodiment includes a pixel bit length increaser 205 that increases the pixel bit length of a decoded image of PCM decoding based on pixel bit length increase information extracted by demultiplexing. By providing the pixel bit length increaser 205, it is possible to suppress a decrease in the calculation accuracy of intra prediction and inter-frame prediction caused by different pixel bit lengths of images corresponding to the inputs of the entropy decoding unit and the PCM decoding unit. it can. In addition, since the same reconstructed image as that of video decoding is obtained, the interoperability between the video encoding device and the video decoding device can be improved. That is, the video encoding device and the video decoding device can work together to suppress an increase in PCM encoding in the system, and it is possible to suppress a decrease in calculation accuracy of intra prediction and interframe prediction.

  The video encoding apparatus according to the first embodiment shown in FIG. 1 uses a pixel bit length in order to make the pixel bit lengths of images corresponding to output data of entropy encoding and output data of PCM encoding different from each other. This is a video encoding device that supplies the input image before the increase to the PCM encoder 107.

  FIG. 6 is a block diagram showing a video encoding device having another configuration that achieves the same effect as the video encoding device shown in FIG.

  Compared with the video encoding device shown in FIG. 1, a pixel bit length reducer 112 is added to the video encoding device shown in FIG. That is, in the video encoding device shown in FIG. 6, the pixel bit length reducer 112 that receives an image with an increased pixel bit length inputs the image with the pixel bit length decreased based on the pixel bit length increase information. It is the composition which supplies to. Similar to the first embodiment, the video encoding apparatus shown in FIG. 6 can suppress an increase in output data of PCM encoding and perform intra prediction and inter-frame prediction due to different pixel bit lengths. Reduction in calculation accuracy can be suppressed.

  In each of the above embodiments, the pixel of the reconstructed picture is a pixel with an increased pixel bit length. However, in order to reduce the size of the buffer for storing the reconstructed picture, an embodiment using the above-described pixel bit length increaser and pixel bit length decreaser for input / output of the buffer is also conceivable. Even in such an embodiment, according to the present invention, it is possible to achieve both suppression of increase in output data of PCM encoding and suppression of reduction in calculation accuracy of intra prediction caused by making the pixel bit lengths different from each other.

  In the above embodiments, the PCM decoder and the pixel bit length increaser are independent functional blocks. However, it is also possible to integrate the PCM decoder and the pixel bit length increaser into one functional block so that it can be easily inferred from the equations (8-154 ′) and (8-155 ′). .

  In each of the above embodiments, the video encoding apparatus multiplexes incremented_bit_depth_luma and increased_bit_depth_chroma into a bitstream following bit_depth_luma_minus8 and bit_depth_chroma_minus8 in order to explicitly signal the pixel bit length increase information to the video decoding apparatus. (See FIG. 2). However, in order to implicitly signal the pixel bit length increase information to the video decoding device, the video encoding device multiplexes the pixel bit length information after the pixel bit length increase as it is into the bit stream as the pixel bit length increase information. (However, in the video encoding device and the video decoding device, the original pixel bit length of the input video is assumed to be, for example, 8 bits).

  In this case, the video encoding apparatus multiplexes the pixel bit length increase information (internal_bit_depth_luma_minus8 and internal_bit_depth_chroma_minus8) illustrated in FIG. 7 into the sequence parameters instead of the sequence parameters bit_depth_luma_minus8 and bit_depth_chroma_minus8. However, internal_bit_depth_luma_minus8 is the value of increased_bit_depth_luma, and internal_bit_depth_chroma_minus8 is the value of increased_bit_depth_chroma.

  When the pixel bit length increase information shown in FIG. 7 is multiplexed with the sequence parameter, the PCM encoder 107 performs PCM encoding on the input image before increasing the pixel bit length. That is, the PCM encoder 107 PCM-encodes 8-bit pcm_sample_luma [i] and pcm_sample_croma [i]. The PCM decoder 108 performs PCM decoding on 8-bit pcm_sample_luma [i] and pcm_sample_croma [i]. The pixel bit length increaser 111 bit-shifts PCM-decoded pcm_sample_luma [i] and pcm_sample_chroma [i] to the left by incremented_bit_depth_luma and increased_bit_depth_chroma, respectively.

  The video decoding apparatus corresponding to the case where the pixel bit length increase information shown in FIG. 7 is multiplexed with the sequence parameter demultiplexes the pixel bit length increase information (internal_bit_depth_luma_minus8 and internal_bit_depth_chroma_minus8) from the sequence parameter, and sets increased_bit_depth_luma and increased_bit_depth_chroma as follows: Calculate as follows.

increased_bit_depth_luma = internal_bit_depth_luma_minus8
increased_bit_depth_chroma = internal_bit_depth_chroma_minus8

  Through the above calculation, the video decoding apparatus can demultiplex the pixel bit length increase information implicitly signaled by the video encoding apparatus.

  In addition, when the video encoding device described above implicitly signals pixel bit length increase information to the video decoding device, if the original pixel bit length of the input video is longer than 8 bits, PCM encoding can be performed without distortion. There is a problem that disappears. For example, when the original pixel bit length of the input video is 10 bits, quantization distortion occurs in 8-bit pcm_sample_luma [i] and pcm_sample_croma [i].

  In order to support PCM coding without quantization distortion when the original pixel bit length of the input video is N bits (N> 8), as shown in FIG. 8, the PCM bit length is increased by the pixel bit length. A flag pcm_sample_bit_depth_is_internal_bit_depth_flag indicating whether or not the pixel bit length is later may be added to the sequence parameter.

  When pcm_sample_bit_depth_is_internal_bit_depth_flag is 0, the PCM encoder 107 performs PCM encoding on the input image before increasing the pixel bit length. That is, the PCM encoder 107 PCM-encodes 8-bit pcm_sample_luma [i] and pcm_sample_croma [i]. The PCM decoder 108 performs PCM decoding on 8-bit pcm_sample_luma [i] and pcm_sample_croma [i]. In addition, the pixel bit length increaser 111 shifts PCM-decoded pcm_sample_luma [i] and pcm_sample_chroma [i] to the left by incremented_bit_depth_luma (= internal_bit_depth_luma_minus8) and increased_bit_depth_chroma (= internal_bit_depth_chroma_minus8), respectively.

  When pcm_sample_bit_depth_is_internal_bit_depth_flag is 1, the PCM encoder 107 performs PCM encoding on an image with an increased pixel bit length. That is, the PCM encoder 107 performs PCM encoding on N bits (internal_bit_depth_luma_minus8 + 8 bits) pcm_sample_luma [i] and N bits (internal_bit_depth_chroma_minus8 + 8 bits) pcm_sample_croma [i]. The PCM decoder 108 performs PCM decoding on N-bit pcm_sample_luma [i] and N-bit pcm_sample_croma [i]. The pixel bit length increaser 111 bit-shifts PCM-decoded pcm_sample_luma [i] and pcm_sample_chroma [i] by 0 bits to the left (that is, does not perform bit shift to the left).

  In addition, in order to support PCM coding without quantization distortion when the original pixel bit length of the input video is N bits (N> 8), instead of pcm_sample_bit_depth_is_internal_bit_depth_flag, as shown in FIG. The PCM bit lengths pcm_sample_bit_depth_luma_minus8 and pcm_sample_bit_depth_chroma_minus8 for each color difference may be added to the sequence parameter.

  When pcm_sample_bit_depth_luma_minus8 and pcm_sample_bit_depth_chroma_minus8 are added to the sequence parameters, the PCM encoder 107 encodes pcm_sample_bit_depth_luma_minus8 + 8 bits of pcm_sample_luma [i] and pcm_sample_bit_depth_chroma_minus8 + 8 bits of Mcm8_8 ccm The PCM decoder 108 corresponding to the case where pcm_sample_bit_depth_luma_minus8 and pcm_sample_bit_depth_chroma_minus8 are added to the sequence parameter decodes pcm_sample_bit_depth_luma_minus8 + 8 bits of pcm_sample_luma [i] and pcm_sample_bit_depth_chroma_minus8_samplec_minc8_sample_i. Further, the pixel bit length increaser 111 bit-shifts PCM-decoded pcm_sample_luma [i] and pcm_sample_chroma [i] to the left by incremented_bit_depth_luma and incremented_bit_depth_chroma bits, respectively. However, increased_bit_depth_luma and increased_bit_depth_chroma are calculated as follows.

increased_bit_depth_luma = internal_bit_depth_luma_minus8-pcm_sample_bit_depth_luma_minus8
increased_bit_depth_chroma = internal_bit_depth_chroma_minus8-pcm_sample_bit_depth_chroma_minus8

  As is apparent from the above calculation, when increased_bit_depth_luma is greater than 0 and internal_bit_depth_luma_minus8 + 8 is less than N, it means that the video encoding device has implicitly signaled the pixel bit length increase information to the video decoding device. . Similarly, when internal_bit_depth_chroma_minus8 + 8 is less than N, it means that the video encoding device has implicitly signaled the pixel bit length increase information to the video decoding device.

  Moreover, although each said embodiment can also be comprised with a hardware, it is also possible to implement | achieve by a computer program.

  The information processing system illustrated in FIG. 10 includes a processor 1001, a program memory 1002, a storage medium 1003 for storing video data, and a storage medium 1004 for storing a bitstream. The storage medium 1003 and the storage medium 1004 may be separate storage media, or may be storage areas composed of the same storage medium. A magnetic storage medium such as a hard disk can be used as the storage medium.

  In the information processing system shown in FIG. 10, the program memory 1002 stores a program for realizing the function of each block (excluding the block of the buffer) shown in each of FIGS. Is done. The processor 1001 implements the functions of the video encoding device or the video decoding device shown in FIGS. 1, 4, and 6 by executing processing according to the program stored in the program memory 1002. .

  FIG. 11 is a block diagram showing a main part of a video encoding apparatus according to the present invention. As shown in FIG. 11, the video encoding apparatus according to the present invention includes a pixel bit length increasing means 1 for increasing the pixel bit length of the input image based on the pixel bit length increase information (for example, the pixel bit length shown in FIG. An increaser 101), a conversion unit 2 (for example, the conversion / quantization unit 102 shown in FIG. 1) for converting the output data of the pixel bit length increase unit 1, and an entropy for entropy encoding the output data of the conversion unit 2. Encoding means 3 (for example, entropy encoder 103 shown in FIG. 1), uncompressed encoding means 7 (for example, PCM encoder 107) for encoding input data, and entropy encoding means 3 and the uncompressed encoding means 7 for selecting the output data of the multiplexed data selection means 8 (for example, the switch 121), and the bit length increase information as bits. And a multiplexing means 10 (multiplexer 110 as an example) that multiplexes into a stream, and the pixel bit lengths of the images corresponding to the output data of the entropy encoding means 3 and the uncompressed encoding means 7 are different. ing.

  In order to make the pixel bit lengths different from each other, for example, there is provided means for supplying the uncompressed encoding means 7 with the input image before increasing the pixel bit length. In such a configuration, an input image that has not been increased in pixel bit length is directly uncompressed (for example, PCM encoded).

  FIG. 12 is a block diagram showing a main part of another video encoding apparatus according to the present invention. As shown in FIG. 12, in addition to the configuration shown in FIG. 11, another video encoding apparatus according to the present invention includes a pixel bit length reducing means 9 (one example) for reducing the pixel bit length based on the pixel bit length increase information. 6 is provided, and the input data of the uncompressed encoding means 7 is the output data of the pixel bit length reducing means 9.

  FIG. 13 is a block diagram showing a main part of another video encoding apparatus according to the present invention. As shown in FIG. 13, in addition to the configuration shown in FIG. 11, another video encoding device according to the present invention includes a prediction unit 10 (for example, a predictor 106 shown in FIG. 1) for predicting an image, and a conversion unit. Inverse transforming means 12 (inverse transform / inverse quantizer 104 shown in FIG. 1 as an example) and uncompressed decoding means 13 for decoding output data from uncompressed encoding means 7 (example) As shown in FIG. 1, the uncompressed decoding means 13 increases the pixel bit length of the uncompressed decoded image based on at least the pixel bit length increase information.

  FIG. 14 is a block diagram showing the main part of the video decoding apparatus according to the present invention. As shown in FIG. 14, the video decoding apparatus according to the present invention includes demultiplexing means 21 (for example, demultiplexer 201 shown in FIG. 4) for demultiplexing a bitstream including at least pixel bit length increase information. An entropy decoding unit 24 (entropy decoder 204 shown in FIG. 4 as an example) and an inverse conversion unit 26 (in an example) that inversely converts the entropy-decoded image conversion data. As shown in FIG. 4, the inverse transform / inverse quantizer 206) and the non-compression decoding means 23 (for example, the PCM decoder shown in FIG. 203) and a decoding control means 22 for controlling the entropy decoding means 24 and the uncompressed decoding means 23 (for example, FIG. And a to the decoding control section 202), the pixel bit length of the image corresponding to each of the input data with the entropy decoding unit 24 uncompressed decoding unit 23 are different from each other.

  FIG. 15 is a block diagram showing a main part of another video decoding apparatus according to the present invention. As shown in FIG. 15, another video decoding apparatus according to the present invention includes a prediction unit 27 (an example predictor 207 shown in FIG. 4) that predicts an image in addition to the configuration shown in FIG. 14.

  As described above, according to the present invention, in video coding based on increase in pixel bit length and non-compression coding, pixel bit lengths of images corresponding to output data of entropy coding and non-compression coding are mutually set. Providing a different means. Then, the present invention achieves both the improvement of the calculation accuracy of intra prediction and inter-frame prediction by extending the pixel bit length and guaranteeing a certain processing time to the video encoding device and the video decoding device, The problem that the output data of PCM encoding increases by the bit length increase can be solved.

  Although part or all of the above embodiments can be described as the following supplementary notes, the configuration of the present invention is not limited to the following configurations.

(Supplementary note 1) Data in which the pixel bit length of the input image is increased based on the pixel bit length increase information is converted, the converted data is entropy encoded, the input data is uncompressed, and the entropy encoded data A video encoding method that selects any one of compression-encoded data and multiplexes pixel bit length increase information into a bitstream, and is an image corresponding to each of entropy-encoded data and uncompressed-encoded data. Encoding method using an input image before the pixel bit length is increased as input data for non-compression encoding.

(Supplementary Note 2) Data obtained by increasing the pixel bit length of the input image is converted based on the pixel bit length increase information, the converted data is entropy encoded, the input data is non-compressed, and the entropy encoded data A video encoding method that selects any one of compression-encoded data and multiplexes pixel bit length increase information into a bitstream, and is an image corresponding to each of entropy-encoded data and uncompressed-encoded data. The pixel bit lengths are different from each other, and the pixel bit length is decreased based on the pixel bit length increase information for the data in which the pixel bit length is increased, and the pixel bit length is decreased as uncompressed encoded input data. Video encoding method using the processed data.

(Supplementary note 3) Data obtained by increasing the pixel bit length of the input image is converted based on the pixel bit length increase information, the converted data is entropy encoded, the input data is uncompressed encoded, and the entropy encoded data A video encoding method that selects any one of compression-encoded data and multiplexes pixel bit length increase information into a bitstream, and is an image corresponding to each of entropy-encoded data and uncompressed-encoded data. The pixel bit lengths are different from each other, the converted data is inversely transformed, the uncompressed encoded data is decoded, and the decoded image that has been uncompressed based on at least the pixel bit length increase information is decoded. Video coding method that increases the length.

(Supplementary Note 4) Demultiplexing a bitstream including at least pixel bit length increase information, entropy decoding the conversion data of the image included in the bitstream, inversely converting the conversion data of the entropy decoded image, and including it in the bitstream Image decoding method that uncompresses and decodes uncompressed encoded data of an image to be processed, and each of image pixels corresponding to each of converted image data included in the bitstream and uncompressed encoded data of the image included in the bitstream A video decoding method in which bit lengths are different from each other, and a decoded image that has been subjected to non-compression decoding based on at least pixel bit length increase information when performing non-compression decoding increases the pixel bit length.

(Supplementary Note 5) Demultiplexing a bitstream including at least pixel bit length increase information, entropy decoding the image conversion data included in the bitstream, inversely converting the conversion data of the entropy decoded image, and including the bitstream in the bitstream Image decoding method that uncompresses and decodes uncompressed encoded data of an image to be processed, and each of image pixels corresponding to each of converted image data included in the bitstream and uncompressed encoded data of the image included in the bitstream A video decoding method for executing a prediction process for predicting an image with different bit lengths.

(Additional remark 6) The process which converts the data which increased the pixel bit length of the input image to a computer based on pixel bit length increase information, the process which entropy-encodes the converted data, and uncompressedly encodes input data Processing, selecting either entropy encoded data or uncompressed encoded data, and processing for multiplexing pixel bit length increase information into the bitstream, and A video encoding program that uses an input image before the pixel bit length is increased as input data for non-compression encoding in which the pixel bit lengths of images corresponding to the respective compression encoded data are different from each other.

(Supplementary note 7) Processing for converting data in which the pixel bit length of the input image is increased based on the pixel bit length increase information to the computer, processing for entropy encoding the converted data, and uncompressed encoding of the input data Processing, selecting either entropy encoded data or uncompressed encoded data, and processing for multiplexing pixel bit length increase information into the bitstream, and The processing of reducing the pixel bit length based on the pixel bit length increase information for the data with the pixel bit lengths of the images corresponding to each of the compression encoded data being different from each other and further increasing the pixel bit length is performed on the computer. Video coding program that uses data with reduced pixel bit length as input data for uncompressed coding Grams.

(Supplementary Note 8) Processing for converting data in which the pixel bit length of the input image is increased based on the pixel bit length increase information to the computer, processing for entropy encoding the converted data, and uncompressed encoding of the input data Processing, selecting either entropy encoded data or uncompressed encoded data, and processing for multiplexing pixel bit length increase information into the bitstream, and The pixel bit length of the image corresponding to each of the compression encoded data is different from each other, and further, the computer executes a process of inversely converting the converted data and a process of decoding the non-compressed encoded data, and decoding A process of increasing the pixel bit length of a decoded image that has been uncompressed based on at least the pixel bit length increase information. Video encoding program to be executed by the computer.

(Supplementary note 9) A computer demultiplexes a bitstream including at least pixel bit length increase information, entropy decodes image conversion data included in the bitstream, and reverses the entropy decoded image conversion data. A process of converting and a process of uncompressing and decoding uncompressed encoded data of the image included in the bitstream are executed, and the converted data of the image included in the bitstream and the uncompressed encoding of the image included in the bitstream are performed. Video decoding that causes the computer to execute a process for increasing the pixel bit length of a decoded image that has been uncompressed based on at least the pixel bit length increase information when performing uncompressed decoding, since the pixel bit lengths of the images corresponding to each of the data are different from each other program.

(Supplementary Note 10) A computer de-multiplexes a bit stream including at least pixel bit length increase information, entropy-decodes image conversion data included in the bit stream, and reverses the entropy-decoded image conversion data. A process of converting and a process of uncompressing and decoding uncompressed encoded data of the image included in the bitstream are executed, and the converted data of the image included in the bitstream and the uncompressed encoding of the image included in the bitstream are performed. A video decoding program for causing a computer to execute a prediction process in which pixel bit lengths of images corresponding to each of data are different from each other and predict an image.

  While the present invention has been described with reference to the embodiments and examples, the present invention is not limited to the above embodiments and examples. Various changes that can be understood by those skilled in the art can be made to the configuration and details of the present invention within the scope of the present invention.

  This application claims priority based on Japanese Patent Application No. 2010-159059 filed on July 13, 2010 and Japanese Patent Application No. 2011-040530 filed on February 25, 2011. Get everything here.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Pixel bit length increase means 2 Conversion means 3 Entropy encoding means 7 Uncompressed encoding means 8 Multiplexed data selection means 9 Pixel bit length reduction means 10 Multiplexing means 11 Prediction means 12 Inverse conversion means 13 Uncompressed decoding means 21 Multiplexing Decoding means 22 Decoding control means 23 Uncompressed decoding means 24 Entropy decoding means 26 Inverse transform means 27 Predictive means 101 Pixel bit length increaser 102 Transformer / quantizer 103 Entropy encoder 104 Inverse transform / inverse quantizer 105 Buffer 106 Predictor 107 PCM Encoder 108 PCM Decoder 109 Multiplexed Data Selector 110 Multiplexer 111 Pixel Bit Length Increaser 112 Pixel Bit Length Reducer 121 Switch 122 Switch 201 Demultiplexer 202 Decoding Control Unit 203 PCM Decoding 204 Entropy Recovery Encoder 205 Pixel bit length incrementer 206 Inverse transform / inverse quantizer 207 Predictor 208 Buffer 209 Pixel bit length decrementer 221 Switch 222 Switch 1001 Processor 1002 Program memory 1003 Storage medium 1004 Storage medium

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  1. Demultiplexing means for demultiplexing a bitstream including at least information indicating a pixel bit length of an entropy encoded image and information indicating a pixel bit length of an uncompressed encoded image;
    Entropy decoding means for entropy decoding the conversion data of the image included in the bitstream;
    Inverse conversion means for inversely converting the conversion data of the entropy-decoded image;
    Uncompressed decoding means for performing uncompressed decoding of uncompressed encoded data of an image included in the bitstream;
    A video decoding device comprising: decoding control means for controlling whether the data is entropy-decoded or uncompressed according to the type of data included in the bitstream;
    When the type of data included in the bitstream is a type indicating that the data is non-compressed encoded data, the decoding control means performs uncompressed decoding of the data included in the bitstream. Controlling the uncompressed decoding means to initialize the entropy decoding means,
    The uncompressed decoding unit corresponds to input data of the uncompressed decoding unit based on a difference between a pixel bit length of the entropy-encoded image and a pixel bit length of the uncompressed-encoded image. A video decoding device characterized by increasing the pixel bit length of an image.
  2. Demultiplexing a bitstream including at least information indicating a pixel bit length of an entropy-encoded image and information indicating a pixel bit length of an uncompressed-encoded image;
    Entropy decoding the converted image data included in the bitstream;
    Inversely transforming the transformed data of the entropy decoded image;
    Uncompressed and decoded uncompressed encoded data of an image included in the bitstream;
    A video decoding method for controlling whether the data is entropy decoded or uncompressed according to the type of data included in the bitstream,
    Uncompressed decoding so that data included in the bitstream is uncompressed when the type of data included in the bitstream is a type indicating that the data is uncompressed encoded data Control the process, initialize the entropy decoding process,
    When decoding the uncompressed encoded data, based on the difference between the pixel bit length of the entropy encoded image and the pixel bit length of the uncompressed encoded image, the uncompressed decoding A video decoding method characterized by increasing the pixel bit length of an image corresponding to input data.
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